About the Website

I maintained this teaching website as a K-12 teacher in private schools in Egypt. Most of my work was with grade 11 students but I also taught grades 3, 4, 6 and 9. I really enjoyed my work with students in those schools. I was mainly an IT teacher which built on my background in computer science as well as my Master in international and comparative education. The students learnt how to develop and design websites using HTML and CSS as well as a variety of Web 2.0 tools (such as WordPress, Google Apps, Animoto, Popplet, Story bird, Weebly, wix, Prezi, Wikis and more), This website contains educational posts on a variety of digital media tools that we have utilized. It also showcases a variety of the students' work.

For my work as an instructor for educators please refer to this website.

Thank you.

Mary Victor Kostandy


Resources for learning Colloquial Egyptian Arabic

about Egypt
Thawra (revolution) songs
teslam el ayadi (thanking sisi after June 2012 (2nd Revolution)
Such a famous song!
They play it even in weddings! and dance to it in protests!!

boshret kheir.  encouraging everyone to participate in the elections after the second revolution)

yob2a enta akeed fi masr..
Egyptian culture..
Older classical song
Kelma helwa w kelmtin, helwa ya baldi..
Mashrebtish men nilha
Season One- Episode one
Season one- episode two
season one-episoide three
Bernameg el bernameg
The third part-stand up comedy with wan  ho shung
second part— about medical invention
3asal esweed comedy
ahmed helmy
about an american man with Egyptian decent who visits egypt and interacts with the culture..
Tir enta
Comedy.. a man who meets a genie that keeps changing him to fulfil his dream

I want to congratulate


I want to congratulate those of you who have already been accepted in universities..

Christine Tarek is accepted Concordia, Canada where she intends  to enroll in the  Honours Cell and molecular biology program


Kirollos Kamel is accepted in Remington University, England.

You make me proud. 3o2balko koloko